All yachts

Ancallia
Motor yacht
Featured
Feadship | 45.77 m | 1984
Blu 470
Motor yacht
Featured
Feadship | 49.68 m | 1990
47m Feadship
Motor yacht
Feadship | 47.24 m | 1987
A2
Motor yacht
A2
Feadship | 42.35 m | 1983
Air
Motor yacht
Air
Feadship | 81 m | 2011
Allegra
Motor yacht
Feadship | 42 m | 1989
Anna I
Motor yacht
Feadship | 67 m | 2007
Archimedes
Motor yacht
Feadship | 68 m | 2008
Athina II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 45.24 m | 1988
Audacia
Motor yacht
$ 5,495,000
Feadship | 48 m | 1987
Rasselas
Motor yacht
Feadship | 52 m | 1994
Harle
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2007
Dojo
Motor yacht
Feadship | 43.2 m | 1981
Casual Water
Motor yacht
Feadship | 33.5 m | 1987
Cedar Sea II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 64 m | 1986
Synthesis 66
Motor yacht
Feadship | 42 m | 1982
Explora
Motor yacht
Feadship | 45 m | 1985
City
Motor yacht
$ 200,000
Feadship | 26.21 m | 1964
Illusion
Motor yacht
Feadship | 55.7 m | 1983
Broadwater
Motor yacht
$ 25,500,000
Feadship | 50.3 m | 2000
Drizzle
Motor yacht
Feadship | 67 m | 2012
Ebony Shine
Motor yacht
Feadship | 76 m | 2009
Eclipse
Motor yacht
$ 9,500,000
Feadship | 43 m | 1993
Ecstasea
Motor yacht
Feadship | 85.95 m | 2004
Flag
Motor yacht
Feadship | 62.33 m | 2000
Falcon Lair
Motor yacht
Feadship | 67 m | 1983
Fountainhead
Motor yacht
Feadship | 87.87 m | 2011
Gallant Lady
Motor yacht
$ 39,000,000
Feadship | 51.21 m | 2007
Gladiator
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2010
Halo
Motor yacht
Feadship | 57.45 m | 2015
Hampshire
Motor yacht
Feadship | 56.5 m | 2001
Hampshire II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 78.5 m | 2012
Highlander
Motor yacht
Feadship | 50 m | 1986
Herculina
Motor yacht
€ 17,000,000
Feadship | 50 m | 1998
Lady India
Motor yacht
Feadship | 39 m | 2003
Kiss
Motor yacht
€ 29,500,000
Feadship | 46.6 m | 2015
Kisses
Motor yacht
Feadship | 53.4 m | 2000
La Mascarade
Motor yacht
Feadship | 30 m | 1997
Lady Beatrice
Motor yacht
Feadship | 60 m | 1993
Lady Britt
Motor yacht
Feadship | 63 m | 2011
Lady Christine
Motor yacht
Feadship | 68 m | 2010
Lady Marina
Motor yacht
Feadship | 63.95 m | 1999
Lady May
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.22 m | 2014
Le Pharaon
Motor yacht
€ 14,000,000
Feadship | 60 m | 1989
Azteca
Motor yacht
€ 2,900,000
Feadship | 47 m | 1983
MQ2
Motor yacht
MQ2
Feadship | 49.13 m | 1990
Madame Gu
Motor yacht
Feadship | 99 m | 2013
Cynthia
Motor yacht
Feadship | 55.5 m | 2005
Praxis
Motor yacht
Feadship | 43.3 m | 1987
Majestic
Motor yacht
Feadship | 61 m | 2007
Mary A
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46 m | 2001
Faith
Motor yacht
Feadship | 96.55 m | 2016
Minderella
Motor yacht
$ 16,900,000
Feadship | 58.82 m | 1986
Mirage
Motor yacht
Feadship | 53 m | 1979
Monaco
Motor yacht
Feadship | 38 m | 1982
Moon Sand
Motor yacht
€ 32,800,000
Feadship | 44 m | 2015
Musashi
Motor yacht
Feadship | 87.78 m | 2011
Ocean Mercury
Motor yacht
Feadship | 39 m | 2008
Aquarius
Motor yacht
Feadship | 92 m | 2016
BG
Motor yacht
BG
Feadship | 46.9 m | 1990
Odalisque
Motor yacht
Feadship | 38 m | 1973
Patriot
Motor yacht
Feadship | 26.6 m | 1984
Tugatsu
Motor yacht
$ 9,500,000
Feadship | 45.2 m | 1989
New Hampshire
Motor yacht
€ 44,950,000
Feadship | 62 m | 2005
Predator
Motor yacht
Feadship | 73 m | 2008
Princess Too
Motor yacht
€ 14,750,000
Feadship | 47.55 m | 1999
Rahal
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.5 m | 2003
Attessa III
Motor yacht
Feadship | 68.58 m | 1998
Royal Romance
Motor yacht
Feadship | 92.5 m | 2015
Samadhi
Motor yacht
Feadship | 60.96 m | 2006
Mysorah
Motor yacht
Feadship | 49.87 m | 1988
Samax
Motor yacht
Feadship | 55 m | 1996
Savannah
Motor yacht
Feadship | 83.5 m | 2015
Sea Owl
Motor yacht
Feadship | 62 m | 2013
Sea Racer
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.63 m | 2001
Siran
Motor yacht
Feadship | 67 m | 1992
Berilda
Motor yacht
Feadship | 38.4 m | 1978
Strangelove
Motor yacht
$ 6,900,000
Feadship | 47.5 m | 1982
Sussurro
Motor yacht
Feadship | 49.5 m | 1998
Symphony
Motor yacht
Feadship | 101 m | 2015
Tango
Motor yacht
Feadship | 78 m | 2011
Tanusha
Motor yacht
Feadship | 65 m | 2009
Tatasu
Motor yacht
Feadship | 47.5 m | 1994
Trident
Motor yacht
Feadship | 65.22 m | 2009
Space
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2007
Constance
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.33 m | 1986
Utopia
Motor yacht
Feadship | 71 m | 2004
Venus
Motor yacht
Feadship | 78.2 m | 2012
Virginian
Motor yacht
Feadship | 62 m | 1990
Wedge Too
Motor yacht
Feadship | 65 m | 2002
Bella
Motor yacht
$ 19,950,000
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2008
Vanish
Motor yacht
Feadship | 66.25 m | 2016
Teleost
Motor yacht
Feadship | 49.07 m | 1998
Secret Life
Motor yacht
Feadship | 45.02 m | 1973
Sanoo
Motor yacht
€ 19,950,000
Feadship | 60.56 m | 1979
Larisa
Motor yacht
€ 39,900,000
Feadship | 57.6 m | 2013
Najade
Motor yacht
Feadship | 28.1 m | 1965
Meduse
Motor yacht
Feadship | 60.66 m | 1996
Kamino
Motor yacht
Feadship | 33.5 m | 2016
Moon Sand Too
Motor yacht
Feadship | 33.5 m | 2016
Joy
Motor yacht
Joy
Feadship | 70 m | 2016
Callisto
Motor yacht
Feadship | 65.2 m | 2006
Huntress
Motor yacht
Feadship | 54.86 m | 1997
Hurricane Run
Motor yacht
Feadship | 53.5 m | 2009
Sultana
Motor yacht
Feadship | 25.81 m | 1969
Calypso
Motor yacht
Feadship | 30.8 m | 1971
Daybreak
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.63 m | 1997
Never Enough
Motor yacht
Feadship | 42.67 m | 1992
Avatar
Motor yacht
Feadship | 33.5 m | 2016
Hanikon
Motor yacht
Feadship | 50 m | 2004
Chantal Ma Vie
Motor yacht
Feadship | 54.56 m | 1993
Mylin IV
Motor yacht
Feadship | 61 m | 1992
Ostar
Motor yacht
Feadship | 52 m | 1999
Double Haven
Motor yacht
Feadship | 50.99 m | 1993
Pegasus
Motor yacht
Feadship | 52.25 m | 1995
Kalinga
Motor yacht
Feadship | 53.71 m | 1982
Rio Rita
Motor yacht
Feadship | 55.99 m | 1984
Varmar VE
Motor yacht
Feadship | 55 m | 1986
Abu Al-Abyad
Motor yacht
Feadship | 52.06 m | 1980
Ice Bear II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 53.95 m | 1988
Angiamo
Motor yacht
$ 15,990,000
Feadship | 42.56 m | 2003
Oncle Paul
Motor yacht
Feadship | 33.53 m | 1973
Valeria
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.2 m | 1975
Dhafir
Motor yacht
Feadship | 40.54 m | 1980
Quintessa
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.51 m | 1989
Blue Sky
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2013
Vava
Motor yacht
Feadship | 47.3 m | 1996
Endless Summer
Motor yacht
Feadship | 45.72 m | 1991
A & A
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.71 m | 1966
M
Motor yacht
M
Feadship | 36.58 m | 1989
Letani
Motor yacht
Feadship | 34.65 m | 2017
Rock.it
Motor yacht
€ 59,950,000
Feadship | 60.4 m | 2014
Utopia II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 35.42 m | 1970
Sherpa
Motor yacht
Feadship | 71 m | 2018
Anna
Motor yacht
Feadship | 110 m | 2018
Lady S
Motor yacht
Feadship | 93 m | 2018
Samaya
Motor yacht
Feadship | 69.5 m | 2017
Hasna
Motor yacht
Feadship | 73 m | 2017
Lacroma
Motor yacht
€ 1,750,000
Feadship | 20.07 m | 1965
Go
Motor yacht
Go
Feadship | 43 m | 2010
Blue Moon
Motor yacht
Feadship | 60.35 m | 2005
Lady Victoria
Motor yacht
Feadship | 36.45 m | 1991
Heavenly Daze
Motor yacht
Feadship | 32 m | 1972
Paraffin
Motor yacht
€ 28,500,000
Feadship | 60.1 m | 2001
Olympia
Motor yacht
Feadship | 57 m | 2002
Kathleen Anne
Motor yacht
Feadship | 39 m | 2009
Kahalani
Motor yacht
Feadship | 55.05 m | 2010
Maria
Motor yacht
Feadship | 52.1 m | 1995
Amanti
Motor yacht
Feadship | 51.75 m | 2003
Aurora B
Motor yacht
Feadship | 49.99 m | 1992
Carolina
Motor yacht
$ 14,900,000
Feadship | 48.18 m | 1997
Hud Hud
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.91 m | 1994
Paraiso
Motor yacht
Feadship | 46.6 m | 1983
X
Motor yacht
X
Feadship | 46.02 m | 1987
A And A
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.71 m | 1976
Megan
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2011
Sanora
Motor yacht
Feadship | 44 m | 1994
King K
Motor yacht
Feadship | 41.73 m | 1981
Alchemy
Motor yacht
Feadship | 40.25 m | 1970
Lady Sandals
Motor yacht
Feadship | 40.11 m | 1985
Seagull of Cayman
Motor yacht
€ 5,900,000
Feadship | 40.02 m | 1980
Femke
Motor yacht
Feadship | 47 m | 2017
Corinthian
Motor yacht
Feadship | 39.05 m | 1997
If Only
Motor yacht
Feadship | 19.74 m | 1974
Miss Iloilo
Motor yacht
Feadship | 39 m | 1986
Shalimar II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 38.34 m | 1974
Juneluck
Motor yacht
Feadship | 41 m | 1989
Bluemar II
Motor yacht
Feadship | 38 m | 1978
Orion
Motor yacht
Feadship | 37.98 m | 1984
Arcadia
Motor yacht
Feadship | 31.09 m | 1969
Blackhawk
Motor yacht
Feadship | 37.54 m | 1971
Avante V
Motor yacht
Feadship | 36.64 m | 1974
Lonian
Motor yacht
Feadship | 87 m | 2018

About Feadship

Feadship
Netherlands
+31 23 524 7000
Feadship is a joint venture originally comprised of 7 shipyards that was officially created in 1951 as an export association to promote them to American clients. Feadship in fact stands for First Export Association of Dutch Shipyards.

Launched at the New York Boat Show of 1951, the company was promoting aluminum yachts which were then a novelty. The yachts were met with interest from the American market and new orders started coming in, revitalizing an industry that was struggling following World War II.

Celebrities of the era started ordering Feadships, amongst which was Malcolm Forbes who commissioned the Highlander from the shipyard.

By 1968, 3 entities were left within Feadship (Royal Van Lent, De Voogt and De Vries Lentsch), the others having left the organization during a new period of the growth for the industry.

As the industry developed as a whole, Feadship continued building yachts, becoming one of the most prestigious shipyards.

Yachts for sale

Audacia
Motor yacht
$ 5,495,000
Feadship | 48 m | 1987
City
Motor yacht
$ 200,000
Feadship | 26.21 m | 1964
Broadwater
Motor yacht
$ 25,500,000
Feadship | 50.3 m | 2000
Eclipse
Motor yacht
$ 9,500,000
Feadship | 43 m | 1993
Gallant Lady
Motor yacht
$ 39,000,000
Feadship | 51.21 m | 2007
Herculina
Motor yacht
€ 17,000,000
Feadship | 50 m | 1998
Kiss
Motor yacht
€ 29,500,000
Feadship | 46.6 m | 2015
Le Pharaon
Motor yacht
€ 14,000,000
Feadship | 60 m | 1989
Azteca
Motor yacht
€ 2,900,000
Feadship | 47 m | 1983
Minderella
Motor yacht
$ 16,900,000
Feadship | 58.82 m | 1986
Moon Sand
Motor yacht
€ 32,800,000
Feadship | 44 m | 2015
Tugatsu
Motor yacht
$ 9,500,000
Feadship | 45.2 m | 1989
New Hampshire
Motor yacht
€ 44,950,000
Feadship | 62 m | 2005
Princess Too
Motor yacht
€ 14,750,000
Feadship | 47.55 m | 1999
Strangelove
Motor yacht
$ 6,900,000
Feadship | 47.5 m | 1982
Bella
Motor yacht
$ 19,950,000
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2008
Sanoo
Motor yacht
€ 19,950,000
Feadship | 60.56 m | 1979
Larisa
Motor yacht
€ 39,900,000
Feadship | 57.6 m | 2013
Angiamo
Motor yacht
$ 15,990,000
Feadship | 42.56 m | 2003
Rock.it
Motor yacht
€ 59,950,000
Feadship | 60.4 m | 2014
Lacroma
Motor yacht
€ 1,750,000
Feadship | 20.07 m | 1965
Paraffin
Motor yacht
€ 28,500,000
Feadship | 60.1 m | 2001
Carolina
Motor yacht
$ 14,900,000
Feadship | 48.18 m | 1997
Seagull of Cayman
Motor yacht
€ 5,900,000
Feadship | 40.02 m | 1980

Yachts for charter

Ancallia
Motor yacht
Featured
Feadship | 45.77 m | 1984
Blu 470
Motor yacht
Featured
Feadship | 49.68 m | 1990
Audacia
Motor yacht
$ 5,495,000
Feadship | 48 m | 1987
Broadwater
Motor yacht
$ 25,500,000
Feadship | 50.3 m | 2000
Eclipse
Motor yacht
$ 9,500,000
Feadship | 43 m | 1993
Highlander
Motor yacht
Feadship | 50 m | 1986
Lady Britt
Motor yacht
Feadship | 63 m | 2011
Majestic
Motor yacht
Feadship | 61 m | 2007
Savannah
Motor yacht
Feadship | 83.5 m | 2015
Utopia
Motor yacht
Feadship | 71 m | 2004
Bella
Motor yacht
$ 19,950,000
Feadship | 44.65 m | 2008
Teleost
Motor yacht
Feadship | 49.07 m | 1998
Secret Life
Motor yacht
Feadship | 45.02 m | 1973
Joy
Motor yacht
Joy
Feadship | 70 m | 2016
Callisto
Motor yacht
Feadship | 65.2 m | 2006
Hurricane Run
Motor yacht
Feadship | 53.5 m | 2009
Sultana
Motor yacht
Feadship | 25.81 m | 1969
Chantal Ma Vie
Motor yacht
Feadship | 54.56 m | 1993
Juneluck
Motor yacht
Feadship | 41 m | 1989

Latest News

Zoza: 107m Benetti gigayacht launched
Italian shipyard’s ambitious superyacht project launched on February 5, 2019 at the company’s Livorno facility has been yet christened Project ZOZA. This 107-metre yacht with a displacement of more than 5,500 GT, and a 17-metre beam was reportedly thought over by the owner, an Australian billionaire James Packer, nine years ago. Photo: Instagram/@giorgio_casettaThe concept was developed in cooperation with Burgess Technical Services from the start on. Different designers were involved in the planning of exterior design concept that required a long process. Hugo van Wieringen from Azure Architectes and Reymond Langton Design, as well as Benetti’s designer Giorgio M. Cassetta had contributed to the project, while Zaniz Jakubowski from Zaniz Interiors finalised exterior and interior outlines of the yacht.The core idea of design concept was creation of see-through spaces, which would have given unhindered panoramic views from any part of the vessel. Significant amount of glass used in the construction and simplified structures serve that purpose on the vessel of steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Moreover, ZOZA’s six decks provide many alfresco zones in the sun or in shade. On the main deck, guests will find dining and lounging spaces, under the shelter of superstructure, while a private deck leading to the helicopter pad with a refuelling station, is located above. ZOZA operates on diesel-electric propulsion system with 2 Azipods and 2 massive bow thrusters. The propulsion package is based on the most modern technologies and allows vibration-free navigation in complete silence. The yacht can silently operate on her batteries for up to 12 hours without an engine running. The air conditioning system is something to be mentioned, too, as it is regarded one of the biggest fitted to a vessel of that kind, with cooling capacity of nearly 3,000 KW. In order to enable construction of superyachts of that size, Benetti have invested a lot in their yards recently, meaning the infrastructure, organizational, safety, and security matters. The company has added a two-shed expansion to their Livorno construction facility and have also set up the Giga Yacht Construction Programme attracting expert employers to the brand.
55m Vida: the first Heesen of 2019
Dutch shipyard Heesen has revealed more information on their current 55-metre project scheduled for delivery later this year. The yacht christened Vida had been launched in January under a former name Project Antares. At the moment, her systems are coming through the commissioning phase while the yacht is to proceed with sea trials shortly.Vida is the third project in Heesen’s fast displacement hull form (FDHF) steel class series, featuring muscular exterior outline by Frank Laupman, Omega Architects. One of the distinctive hallmarks of the vessel’s layout are french windows designed to get the most of the natural light on-board. The shipyard has customised the yacht in a narrow cooperation with her owner, whose sport fishing hobby required some particular design features. Thus, Vida has a technical ability to recharge and refuel two sport fishing boats, enabling the guests and the owners to spend several days offshore without returning to the base.As to interior concept, the owner commissioned Be Design Associates, a design bureau based in Florida, for whom Vida became the first new-build yacht project. The designers chose natural environmentally friendly materials to prevail in the inner decoration. Meanwhile, the colour palette has been mainly based on warm and soft colours. The main saloon is decorated with an impressive backlit onyx arch. The vessel can accomodate up to 12 guests on-board within five cabins at the lower deck and a 80-squere-metre master suite at the main deck.The yacht’s interior volume amounts to 740 GT. With a maximum speed of 16 knots, Vida features economic fuel consumption and offers a range of 4,500 nautical miles at cruising speed of 13 knots.Vida’s sea trials will take place in the North Sea. With her delivery to the owner scheduled for spring 2019, she will make her official debute at the Monaco Yacht Show later this year. This launch is the first one in a series of five planned by Dutch company in 2019, contributing to Heesen’s busy year ahead. Among the others, the yard’s largest project so far, a 80-metre yacht Cosmos is now getting ready for launch.Photos via Heesen
How would a panic room on a superyacht actually work?
Piracy, an extremely rare, yet often talked about hazard in the boating space, has yielded few solutions other than armed security whilst cruising in dangerous areas. The real estate market has come up decades ago with the concept of a panic room where owners could hide in the event of an armed robbery. How could this actually work in yachting?Simon Rowland, CEO of Veritas International Consultants, indicates that while the general concern with security matters in the world is growing, it is not surprising that these issues transmit into the yachting industry. “If you go back five years, it would have been a hard justification to have a panic room on board, but now it is becoming more of a requirement,” claims Rowland.There are two significant functions that a panic room should perform. It should not only support life, but also enable communication between the sheltered ones and the outer world. That is why the consultants from Veritas company normally recommend to locate a panic room at the crew mess, and it is important to think over all security measures on design stage. It is also cheaper to equip a safe room within that area, as a lot of important facilities such as water supply and toilets are already fit into the mess room.However, the locations, where a completely secure room can be equipped, are not limited to the crew mess. Rowland reports that they have advised several clients to equip their room or bathroom as secondary safe rooms, so that they could hide themselves in case they feel anxious or if the boat is being robbed.It is natural, that most of the owners would not stay on board while the boat passes through dangerous zones, therefore panic rooms are in a greater degree a measure aimed to protect the crew rather than the owners. The yachts themselves might be comparatively vulnerable against piracy, as conventional defense mechanisms applied to many vessels do not seem that effective. For instance, many rely on razor wire, but in fact this measure would not normally prevent the criminals from getting on board.That is why the need of taking security measures on-board is becoming more vital these days. Rowland stresses, that it is much more common to have a fully equipped safe room on larger vessels of 70 metres and above, as it might be quite problematic to fit such room onto a smaller yacht. All in all, the danger of piracy or any other form of attack on a large vessel is very low in our time. Nonetheless, panic rooms have become one of the latest trends the owners would not want to overlook in their superyacht design.
First glimpse at Oceanco’s new 90m superyacht project Y716
Oceanco’s new project currently named Y716 has been demonstrated for the first time earlier today, moved within the company’s facility at Albasserdam, Netherlands. Official launch and delivery of Y716 to her owner is scheduled later this year.Photo by Tom Van OosanenNot so much information on the project has been revealed so far. Y716 is trademarked with aluminum superstructure featured with teak decks on a steel hull within a 14,2-metre beam. Additionally, her interior volume will make 2950 GT. Her top speed will reportedly be reached at 20 knots, with cruising speed of 18,5 knots.Photo by Tom Van OosanenThe yacht will be equipped with spa zones, swimming pool and Jacuzzi, beach club, underwater lights system, tender garage and helicopter hangar. Accommodation capacity will make 23 guests and up to 33 crew members onboard. Photo by Tom Van OosanenIn contrast to her 90-metre forerunner Dar, that featured extravagant black-and-white contrasts resembling killer whale colouration, new superyacht’s exterior designer Espen Oeino has limited her surface outfit to classical white colour.Dar (90m), OceancoY716 is announced to be the only project to be launched by Oceanco in 2019. Meanwhile, the company has received several design industry awards for their project Black Pearl.
Equanimity: Malaysian government to start now negotiating direct with buyers
The story behind Oceanco’s 91,5-metre luxury superyacht Equanimity takes another twist. According to Malaysian lawyer Jeremy Joseph, parties potentially interested in purchasing Equanimity can bow approach the government or 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) alongside the yachts’ broker Burgess. Burgess though retain their right to be considered an exclusive central agent. It was earlier announced, that the auction for Equanimity will take place in March 2019.Mr Joseph, who represents both 1MDB and the government, reports that prospective buyers can negotiate directly with them from that moment on. The main purpose of this decision is to increase potential sale opportunities of the vessel. At the moment, the government of Malaysia allocates $500,000 monthly for Equanimity’s maintenance, according to Bloomberg. The yacht has been reportedly remained in a good condition under a supervision of 21 crew members.Burgess is determined to sale the superyacht at a price not lower than $130,000,000, which halves her initially estimated price of $250,000,000. The main concern of potential purchasers remains the vessel’s undesirable past, that could potentially cause trouble to owners once they leave Malaysian waters, as several claims from other countries have been already levied against Equanimity. However, Sitpah Selvaratnam, consultant at Tommy Thomas Advocates and Solicitors, disproves those risks. The judicial sale would determine an official start-over of the yacht’s history and wipe out her notorious background, he claims.